Connect your devices to University wireless
We recommend you run the automatic configuration wizard to ensure that your device is configured optimally for the wireless service.
Our videos and user guides explain how to connect your device manually if you experience any issues with the Automatic Configuration tool. You will also find information about UoA Gaming network in the Guides section.
About our wireless services
Our free wireless service - eduroam - allows registered users authenticated access to the internet 24/7, 365 days a year, from most University academic, administrative and residential buildings.
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Last updated on 08 September 2022
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